L

Part of speech: noun

The twelfth letter in the English alphabet.

Part of speech: noun

Something, as the wing of a house, having or making the form of an L; an ell.

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Usage examples "l":

  1. St. L. But this was a quarrel among the Indians, and no fault of ours. - "The Bride of Fort Edward", Delia Bacon.
  2. The Vizier's Son and the Bathkeeper's Wifedcccclxxxviii l. - "Tales from the Arabic Volume 3", John Payne.
  3. R. L. S. P. P. S.- My cold is so much better that I took another yesterday. - "The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 24 (of 25)", Robert Louis Stevenson Other: Andrew Lang.